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Just back from Botswana June 2012

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Traveled with Kwando Safaris and stayed at Lagoon and Little Kwara. Fantastic sitings...Cheetahs, Lions and wild Dogs (my favorite). Ma-hale at Lagoon is focused on what you want to see and makes sure you see it. He and James are the most exciting guides I have had and their "running with the dogs" was something I will never forget!
In Little Kwara we were most fotunate to have Leso, the actual manager of the camp, has our guide. He had so much knowledge about EVERYTHING and was a fantastic teacher. He also found the dogs for us and "ran with the dogs". Leso is a eco friendly and very conservation saving trained and focused. It was refreshing to have two guides that were so passionate about Botswana and informative.

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